All of Egmont is a foundation. We have no owners, but a vital commitment to do well and do good. This means that we reinvest all profits in building great media and support vulnerable children, young people and families. We have given back to society for more than 100 years. And we are proud to say that it is a part of our DNA.
100 years of giving back to society
Through the Egmont Foundation we contribute to creating a better life for vulnerable children and young people in Denmark and Norway. Our charitable activities help them get life skills and acquire learning.
The foundation’s work is based on social indignation and empathy. The foundation was founded in 1920 by Egmont Harald Petersen’s wife, Elisabeth, and their children with the aim to alleviate the consequences for children and families living in poverty. Today, our focus is on “modern poverty” and the approx. 15% of young people who are at risk of not completing an upper secondary education.
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The Egmont Foundation uses different philanthropic instruments: Donations, partnerships, incubator grants, catalytic activities and the programme called A Helping Hand, which gives support directly to children and families at risk.
We are working to ensure that by 2030 all young people are able to complete an upper secondary education.
We are working with four focus areas as we seek to create a meaningful and measurable difference: 1) dyslexia, 2) children and young people placed in care, 3) vulnerable families with small children, and 4) a good school start.
Nordisk Film Fonden is an independent part of the Egmont Foundation with its own objectives and focus areas. This foundation supports talents and encourages the great film story.Go to Nordisk Film Fonden
Find information about the Egmont Foundation and how to apply for supportGo to the Egmont Foundation’s website